|the centre of attention|
|Worlwidereview.com, 16 March 2002|
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Raschke does wire frame sculptures which look like perspective line drawings made 3D, Durrant shows bodies sort of anatomically exposed. Their versus wasn't much of a battle. It's the structure of things you see. Could have been an and. I like the centre of attention because of its hubristic and misleading name, it is a strange place which is how galleries should be. In a dead end without money it exists confirming our faith in human goodness. The art is usually less noble than their purpose, but that is the nature of art (rubbish most often). The wireman could take off.